Cage-Mills Funeral Directors

4901 Everhart Road, Corpus Christi, TX


Camille T. Horner

October 5, 1921December 20, 2019

Camille Horner, beloved mother and grandmother, died in Corpus Christi on December 20th 2019, at age 98. She was born in Kingsville, Texas on October 5, 1921 to Roy and Marguerite Terrell.

Camille was a 70-year resident of Corpus Christi and an active member of both All Saints Episcopal Church and Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church. She was active in community organizations including PEO, NAMI, Museum of Science and History, and the Girl Scouts.

She was a graduate of Texas A&I University with a degree in sociology. She retired from the Texas Department of Human Services where she worked as a Caseworker for the Elderly and Disabled.

Camille is preceded in death by her beloved husband of 70 years, T. Frank Horner, her daughter, Kathleen Walzel, and her son, Michael Horner. She is survived by her son, Thomas Horner and his wife, Bonnie of Georgetown, Texas; and her daughter, Jennifer Bley of Palm Desert, California; and 6 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.

Camille was a beautiful, kind, and loving person, treasured and loved by all who knew her. She was a devoted wife and mother who will be dearly missed by her family.

A memorial service will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers Camille requested donations be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society or the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.CageMillsFuneralDirectors.com for the Horner family.


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Thomas Horner

January 4, 2020

Camille had four children and I was number three. My memories of her as a Mom are all great. She was supportive and encouraging.
My memories of her as an adult are that everyone I talked to commented on how wonderful she was. She is still in my thoughts and prayers.

Tommy Horner

Anne Swenson

December 30, 2019

In Emma, Jane Austen wrote: “Where shall we see a better daughter, or a kinder sister, or a truer friend?”
I am convinced (and I know that my Mom would agree) that Austen saw into the future and was writing not only about Emma, but about your AMAZING Mom, Camille Horner.
Your Mom was beautiful inside and out.
And her positivity was contagious.
Maya Angelou observed that people may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel.
While you were her favorites, your Mom made us all feel special.
And we were so lucky to have had her in our lives.